Social media/news aggregater Digg’s new redesign has been an unmitigated disaster. And folks at their chief competitor Reddit saw it coming the whole way. The video above is Reddit’s Erik Martin describing their ultimately successful plan to steal away unhappy Digg users. An interesting lesson in the business and politics of social media.
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